Cambridge Bed and Muffin

Address: 267 Putnam Ave, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139-3725, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 267 Putnam Ave, Cambridge, is near HarborWalk, Minuteman Trail, Harrison Gray Otis House, and John F. Kennedy Park.
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        My last good coffee

        A travel blog entry by linleyc on Aug 03, 2014

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        ... got through the Spanish Inquisition Hall with no queue!! A first!! Only took seven trips to America to accomplish this. Of course, I then still had to wait 20 minutes for my bags but that’s OK. Me and my iPod had a good time. This is also the first trip where I’ve had to select “Business” as the primary reason for my visit. I had some anticipation of being grilled on this point because, ...


        A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jul 19, 2014

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        On our last day in Boston, we took a 15 minute train ride to Cambridge to visit the Harvard campus. I had a cousin go here and it is quite possibly the most prestigious university in the world today. Harvard had 8 former presidents graduate from here along with 62 living billionaires. It was established in 1636 and named after one of the founders John Harvard. It's campuses are spread out all over ...

        A visit to Harvard

        A travel blog entry by louiseandblake on May 19, 2014

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        ... from the window? Weird???

        Back on the Subway we made our way to the Backbay area of Boston. There were a couple of shopping complexes we wandered through and we got to see the John Hancock Tower.
        Next we made our way back to Downtown/North Boston to try and find a specific bakery. This Bakery is Mike's Pastry (I may have mentioned it previously, but everyone was walking around with boxes from Mikes Pastry... what smart ...

        A Brief & Recent History of Africa

        A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Dec 25, 2013

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        ... for the people is starting to gain traction, but will take much more time to be realized.

        Justification of One Party Rule: Interestingly enough, for quite some time in Africa, one party rule was continuously justified on the grounds of forging a national identity. With the state seen as a Western imposition with no historical precedent, African leaders felt that a central tenet of successful state and nation building was ...

        Bostin Boston and hello shutdown!!

        A travel blog entry by dalwadiworld on Oct 09, 2013

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        ... a cure for cancer and robots that can understand and interact just like humans - it is fascinating stuff. We are now in Washington DC - the government shutdown has effected a lot of the tourist sites here. We did go to the Whitehouse and Lincoln memorial this morning in the pouring rain, despite the weather we still got a sense for how important these places are for the US - we shall update you on the rest of our movements soon. Krishna and Sunny ...